July 13, 2006

New driving system allows paraplegics to drive manual-shift cars

Santa Monica, California – A new system developed by RediAuto Sport allows paraplegic drivers to operate manual-shift vehicles using hand controls.

The system consists of an accelerator ring mounted to the steering wheel, a lever on the stick shift to control the clutch, and a leather-covered brake lever to replace a push/pull control. For more information, visit www.rediautosport.com.

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